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Hello! I've googling a lot and I can't seem to find if there's any performance implication on 

new Application({ resolution: 1})

vs

new Application({ resolution: 2, autoResize: true})

 

I'm solving an issue related to image, text, graphics, etc crispness, and after adding pixelDeviceRatio as argument for resolution, everything looks just beautiful, but the app just feel more... slow

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I can't seem to find if there's any performance implication on 

Well, guess what it does :) 4x more pixels! Fillrate down, memory down, e.t.c.

btw we added new package https://github.com/pixijs/graphics-smooth that helps with lines:

https://pixijs.io/examples/#/plugin-graphics-smooth/simple.js

it doesnt need antialias nor resolution

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Do you have any suggestions for improving the quality of the stuff? My computer have devicePixelRatio = 2, and here are some screenshots of the huge difference

 

resolution: 2 and autoResize: true

image.png.e134c863e0ea52289f2f93d4129eb39a.png

resolution: 1

image.png.55181ee628a5055e4ac64294375c94f8.png

 

It's quality the way to go? Or there's a potentially better solution

 

(btw, what you see in the screen are just PNG's images loaded in PIXI.Sprite's, the green button is PIXI.Graphic, and the text of the button PIXI.Text)

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On 6/21/2021 at 4:20 PM, ivan.popelyshev said:

I can't seem to find if there's any performance implication on 

Well, guess what it does :) 4x more pixels! Fillrate down, memory down, e.t.c.

btw we added new package https://github.com/pixijs/graphics-smooth that helps with lines:

https://pixijs.io/examples/#/plugin-graphics-smooth/simple.js

it doesnt need antialias nor resolution

Mostly for sprites, I think I can use grapchis-smooth for Graphics, and scale font size for text

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